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Other
Selectors
&
Sound
Modifiers
(from Left
to Right]
[18)
PITCH
-
Tunes
the entire
keyboard.
The
outer
ring
is
a
coarse adjuitmentn the
inrier
ring
a
fine
adjustment. Center both
controls for
^'normal"
pitcih.
[6]
DETUNE CH
II
-
Detunes channel
II
sharp
or
flat
with
rn-sptct
to
channel
L
[16]
RING
MODULATOR
-
Processes
both
channels
I
^nd
II.
MODULATION
h
a cSepth
of effect
control,
SPEED
sets
the
modulation
rate.
ATTACK
TIME
fit
DECAY
TIME
serve
as
an
atTack-r&lease
envelope
for the
rinq
modulation
speed;
DEPTH
s&ts
the
amount
of
envelope
effect.
[11]
SUB OSCILLATOR -
Processes
both channels
I
and
11.
FUNCTION
jelect^ a
waveform:
sine,
saw-
tooth, inverted s-awtooth,
squaire
wavej white
noiser
or
an
externa!
input.
^A
line level ^ign^l
connected
to
the
Ext
In
jack
on
the
rear
panel
will
modulate
the
Sub
Oscillator
in
EXT
mode).
SPEED
seti
the
frequency
of
the
sine,
sawtooth
or
square wave.
VCO,
VCF
and
VGA
are
modulation depth
controls that
apply
the
Selected
signal
to the control inputs of
their
respective
voltage controlled
circuits
(oscillator,
filter
and/or
anriplifier}.,
[5]
I
- FEET -
II
- Two
slide
switches
set
the key-
board
range
for their respecti^^e
channels^
ro^
I
and
II
of the
Tone
Selectors
[3]
.
Feet
refers
to equivalent
orgjan
footages,
where
8*
is
normal
pitch,
16' an
octave
below,
5-1/3'
a
perfect
fifth
above,
etc.
[3]
TONE
SELECTOR - Two
rows
of
momentary
pushbutton
switches
select
two
voices that
sound
simultaneously
when you
play
any
key
(tfia
MIX
con-
trol
lAr]
^ets
the
balance
beiv*;eerk
the
two
voices). Pre-
set
patches,
rmemory-programmed
patches
or
panel-
programmed
patches
may
be
selected.
The
buttons
light
up
to
show
which
voices
have
been
selectedr
only
one
voice per
row
at
any one
time. (Preset
sound
quality
depends
largely
on
the setting of the
BRILLIANCE
lever [7].}
[4]
I
MIX
II
Assigns tones selected
in
channel
1
,11
or
a
combination
of
the two, to the synthesizer
output:
a
balance or blend
control.
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